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13 April 2018
Abbey Duggins, PhD, was recently named director of curriculum and instruction at Saluda County Schools in Saluda, SC, where she has worked for the last 15 years as an English teacher, literacy coach, and assistant principal. She was the 2017 South Carolina Assistant Principal of the Year. Follow her on Twitter @asduggins .
Amber Schroering is an assistant principal at Brownsburg East Middle School and was the 2016 Indiana Assistant Principal of the Year. She presents regularly at state conferences and hosts site visits to share processes and strategies that she has found successful in guiding young people toward the best versions of themselves. Follow her on Twitter @AmberSchroering .
Guest post by Abbey Duggins and Amber Schroering If you’ve spent any amount of time building a high school master schedule, you are familiar with the dreaded “singleton.” A singleton happens when just enough students sign up to create one section of a course—usually an AP or obscure world language—and it throws a major wrench […]
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